Worksheet on Multiplication Tables from 2 to 9

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on multiplication tables from 2 to 9.

We know, the number to be multiplied is called the multiplicand. The number by which we multiply is called the multiplier. The answer obtained is called the product.

Note:

The answer of multiplication is called the product. The numbers that are being multiplied are called factors. For example,

12

× 8

96

Here, 12 and 8 are the factors and 96 is the product.

I. Put (T) for the correct and (F) for the wrong answer. Also write the correct answer where necessary:

(i) 7 × 9 = 58

(ii) 8 × 10 = 70

(iii) 5 × 6 = 30

(iv) 7 × 7 = 59

(v) 4 × 4 = 8

(vi) 5 × 9 = 45

(vii) 8 × 8 = 18

(viii) 4 × 7 = 47

(ix) 6 × 10 = 60

(x) 8 × 6 = 68

(xi) 3 × 10 = 13

(x) 9 × 4 = 38

II. Write the multiplication facts for the following. Also find the product:

(i) 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 =..................

Product =..................

(ii) 57 + 57 + 57 + 57 = ..................

Product =..................

(iii) 69 + 69 + 69 + 69 + 69 + 69 =  ..................

Product =..................

(iv) 87 + 87 + 87 =  ..................

Product =..................

(v) 102 + 102

Product =..................

(vi) 150 + 150 + 150 =  ..................

Product =..................

(vii) 500 + 500 + 500 + 500 + 500 + 500 + 500 + 500 =  ..................

Product =..................

III. Write the addition facts for the following:

(i) 5 × 60

(ii) 3 × 125

(iii) 4 × 200

(iv) 2 × 610

(v) 6 × 95

(vi) 7 × 700

(vii) 9 × 10

(viii) 8 × 25

IV. Find the product of the following:

(i) 5 × 30

(ii) 7 × 50

(iii) 2 × 60

(iv) 3 × 80

(v) 4 × 90

(vi) 6 × 40

(vii) 8 × 20

(viii) 9 × 10

(ix) 8 × 200

(x) 3 × 700

(xi) 5 × 600

(xii) 7 × 300

(xiii) 9 × 100

(xiv) 2 × 800

(xv) 4 × 500

(xvi) 6 × 400

V. Complete the following:

(i) .......... × .......... = 80

(ii) .......... × .......... = 1300

(iii) .......... × .......... = 750

(iv) .......... × .......... = 800

(v) .......... × .......... = 1000

(vi) .......... × .......... = 450

(vii) .......... × .......... = 3600

(viii) .......... × .......... = 2100

(ix) .......... × .......... = 5900

(x) .......... × .......... = 940

(i) 6 × 3 tens = 18 tens or 18 × 10 = 180

(ii) 5 × 2 hundreds =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(iii) 4 × 8 tens =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(iv) 6 × 4 tens =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(v) 9 × 5 hundreds =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(vi) 7 × 6 hundreds =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(vii) 8 × 2 tens =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

(viii) 3 × 7 hundreds =  .......... or  .......... =   ..........

Answers for the worksheet on multiplication tables from 2 to 9 are given below.

I. (i) F, 63

(ii) F, 80

(iii) T

(iv) F, 49

(v) F, 16

(vi) T

(vii) F, 64

(viii) F, 28

(ix) T

(x) F, 48

(xi) F, 30

(x) F, 36

II. (i) 5 × 23

Product = 115

(ii) 4 × 57

Product =228

(iii) 6 × 69

Product = 414

(iv) 3 × 87

Product =261

(v) 2 × 102

Product = 204

(vi) 3 × 150

Product = 450

(vii) 8 × 500

Product = 4000

III. (i) 60 × 60 × 60 × 60 × 60

(ii) 125 × 125 × 125

(iii) 200 × 200 × 200 × 200

(iv) 610 × 610

(v) 95 × 95 × 95 × 95 × 95

(vi) 700 × 700 × 700 × 700 × 700 × 700 × 700

(vii) 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10 × 10

(viii) 25 × 25 × 25 × 25 × 25 × 25 × 25 × 25

IV. (i) 150

(ii) 350

(iii) 120

(iv) 240

(v) 360

(vi) 240

(vii) 160

(viii) 90

(ix) 1600

(x) 2100

(xi) 3000

(xii) 2100

(xiii) 900

(xiv) 1600

(xv) 2000

(xvi) 2400

V. (i) 8, 10

(ii) 13, 100

(iii) 75, 10

(iv) 8, 100

(v) 10, 100

(vi) 45, 10

(vii) 36, 100

(viii) 21, 100

(ix) 59, 100

(x) 94, 10

VI. (ii) 10 hundreds, 10 × 100, 1000

(iii) 32 tens, 32 × 10, 320

(iv) 24 tens, 24 × 10, 240

(v) 45 hundreds, 45 × 100, 4500

(vi) 42 hundreds, 42 × 100, 4200

(vii) 16 tens, 16 × 10, 160

(viii) 21 hundreds, 21 × 100, 2100

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